# 9364  

$ 135.00

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79mm x 30mm

7,000-5,000 B.P.

White Quart Inclusion River Cobble Chert

Marion County Arkansas
A Large Size, Visibly Aged And Repeatedly Anciently Use Sharpened, Typically And Well Made Searcy Point That Exhibits Surface Oxidation Aging And Stone Coloration Patination, Correct Style Blade Flaking, Correct Style Tapered And Ground Base, Visible Aged Soil And Mineral Deposits, Correct Opposite Beveled Serrated Blade Edges, Correct Heavy Rolled Basal Stem Edge Hafting Dulling, Correct Blade Sharpening Use Reduction, Correct Material And Manufacture For The Area Found. The Searcy Point Was Named By Don Dickson For Searcy County, Arkansas For Examples Found In Calf Creek Cave. Includes A Ken Partain Certificate Of Authenticity.